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JEE (Main) Bull’s-eye Physics

Author(s): Akash Gupta

ISBN: 9789353508432

Edition: 1st

© Year : 2024


Binding: Paperback

Pages: 662

Trim Size : 279 x 216 mm

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JEE (Main) Bull’s-eye Physics, a Cengage Exam Series® title, is a book designed with the necessary knowledge and practice content required to excel in JEE (Main). The book’s coverage and features include a chapterwise synopsis that covers all fundamental concepts, two sets of MCQs set at the JEE (Main) level, and previous year JEE (Main) questions. The MCQs serve as a valuable tool for both learning and assessment with an emphasis on conceptual understanding and application. Solutions to questions are given at the end of the book.

  • In conformity with the latest prescribed syllabus
  • Synopsis of essential concepts in accordance with JEE (Main)
  • Two sets of MCQs with 50Qs in each set comprising MCQs and Numerical Value Qs
  • Solutions to all questions are provided at the end of the book
  • Supplementary booklet comprises a collection of latest JEE (Main) PYQs
  • Detailed solutions of the supplementary booklet can be accessed on Cengage Digital app
  • Chapterwise tests can be accessed on Cengage Digital app

1. Units, Dimensions, Errors, Measurement and Vectors

2. Kinematics (Motion in One and Two Dimensions)

3. Newton’s Laws of Motion

4. Friction and Circular Motion

5. Work, Power and Energy

6. Center of Mass and Collision

7. Rotational Motion

8. Gravitation and Elasticity

9. Fluid Mechanics

10. Calorimetry, Thermal Expansion and Heat Transfer

11. Kinetic Theory of Gases and Laws of Thermodynamics

12. Simple Harmonic Motion

13. Wave Motion

14. Electrostatics

15. Capacitance

16. Current Electricity

17. Magnetic Effects of Current

18. Magnetism

19. Electromagnetic Induction

20. Alternating Current

21. Geometrical Optics: Part 1

22. Geometrical Optics: Part 2

23. Electromagnetic Waves and Wave Optics

24. Dual Nature of Radiation and Matter

25. Atoms

26. Nucleus

27. Semiconductors

28. Communication System

Solutions to Exercises